India vs Pakistan: Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja justify selection with individual moments of brilliance

India vs Pakistan: Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja justify selection with individual moments of brilliance

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India vs Pakistan: Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja justify selection with individual moments of brilliance

Every time we look at a show, it is in our human nature to expect something unexpected amazing and beautiful to happen. We are never satisfied with the quality of the show. We continue to wait for this moment unique shine that element of surprise and the emotion of the unknown that swayed our feet. It is these moments that make the show worth seeing and distinguishes it from other shows. Something similar happened in the clash between India and Pakistan in Birmingham on Sunday. Although the scene was illuminated by magnificent half-centuries in each of India’s four best hitters, Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja have become the show with their individual brightness times.

Emotions and feelings have always been very important in terms of meetings in India and Pakistan. Each time the two parties met in a match, they have always witnessed something spectacular. The reason is the political history between the two countries which gives rise to a sense of rivalry between the fans and the players of both nations. What makes the contest more intriguing is the domination of India against Pakistan in the ICC tournaments. Although Pakistan has been looking for their “Mauka” to beat India in World Cups since its inception in 1975, they had something to boast about in the Champions Trophy when they were addressing their rivals 2-1 before Sunday’s game.

Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja were the stars. Ravindra Jadeja and ReutersHardik Pandya were the stars. Reuters
However, the Indian team snatched vandalism rights from their neighbors in this tournament as well, tallying their 2-2 record after a mammoth that won the victory over them. All thanks to a brilliant effort hit the first four Indians Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Yuvraj Singh, all in the direction of brilliant millennia. However, the game would not have been so interesting and fun without the crucial contributions Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja.

In general, one can not speak of anything else when Yuvraj emits a fast fire fifty or dark sleeves will come with something big. Because everything seems to be secondary to the games played by them. However, Pandya undefeated 20 since only six installments – which included three stunning years ultimately Imad Wasim, have eclipsed all of them to become the highlight of India’s rides.

The cameo Pandya was like an unexpected climax of a movie that would put the spectator in the fear of the moment. We think the movie is about to end, but suddenly something unexpected happens at the climax that leaves us spell this magic. Hitting three consecutive six is ​​certainly not a breeze. But this boy has done it again and again on the internal circuit of India. Playing capital later in the tickets is nothing new for this young talent who plays for Mumbai Indians. It had made some moment of the IPL that just concluded. And he took that form with him to England to show the world what he can do on the big stage.

The exploits with his willow do not seem enough for him. So he was ready with his right arm, to speed up the Pakistani middle order. It has been shot with a good pace to the length and fired just enough surface to prevent the movement of the batteries. He was unlikely to have a plate of constant lengths. For his aggression times added to his inconsistency. He often helped expensive spells in the past, since he ended up bowling a lot of short stuff. Pakistani battalions could have planned to attack because of their relative lack of experience in the international arena.

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